A statement of support from the leadership team at the Pacific Council on International Policy.
The stakes in the upcoming French presidential election are extremely high, Mira Kamdar and Philippe Le Corre told Pacific Council members in a Situation Briefing teleconference.
Europe is facing internal and external pressures that could undermine EU stability and trigger a reversion to a nation-centric continent, Ambassadors Colleen Bell and John Emerson told Pacific Council members at Spring Conference 2017.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Germany John B. Emerson argues that U.S. national security depends on deep engagement with European allies, in both NATO and the EU.
U.S.-NATO relations are undergoing a period of major change, Dr. Gale Mattox and Ms. Elisabeth Braw told Pacific Council members.
Pacific Council director Robert H. Tuttle, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, recently joined CNBC to discuss UK Prime Minister Theresa May's visit to Washington D.C., to meet with President Donald Trump.
The Pacific Council's Justin Chapman recently traveled to Berlin, Frankfurt, and Hamburg, Germany, to discuss transatlantic relations with government, media, economic, and think tank officials.
In the spirit of fostering transatlantic dialogue, next week the Pacific Council's Justin Chapman will travel to Germany during the German Federal Foreign Office’s "Think Transatlantic" Study Tour, an informational visit for young writers and researchers of U.S. think tanks.
A perfect storm of internal factors, such as falling oil and gas prices, and external factors, such as Western sanctions, have contributed to the sustained decline of the Russian economy.